Originally posted by googlefudge
Complicating the issue further is the fact that the thick gases of Jupiter obscure the land beneath (if there is any), frustrating scientists’ attempts to see the base of the storm.
Article by someone who knows not what they talk about.
The main thing I saw was the three images from 1995 to this year showing the obvious shrinkage of the spot. The flow around it has changed also, if you look close at those images.
The land underneath the storm. That's a good one, eh. Let's see, 'land' might be what, 50,000 km deep? Yeah, you can see right away it HAS to have an overpowering effect on that red spot